Sophisticated tea houses on Everest Base Camp Trek route offer the best accommodation and meals to trekkers. With 24-hour hot showers, Wi-Fi, heated blankets, attached bathrooms, and spacious rooms, you'll have comfortable overnight accommodation. Moreover, with your favorite pancake, burger, pizza, and spaghetti, you'll always have a great meal during this trek. Here, we'll put forward the details on Everest Base Camp Trek accommodation, meals, and other amenities.
After a long, tiring day trek, you deserve a relaxed and sound sleep. The availability of the best accommodation on Everest Base Camp Trek is also why most trekkers prefer this trek—almost all tea houses on the Everest Base Camp Trek route offer twin-sharing rooms with attached bathrooms. On top of that, a few hotels in Lukla, Namche, and Dingboche even offer heated blankets with spacious deluxe and standard rooms.
Let's explore different styles of the Everest Base Camp Trek accommodations.
Twin sharing rooms with shared bathrooms is the most popular and widely available accommodation on Everest Base Camp Trek. In this accommodation style, you'll get a decent twin-sharing room without an attached bathroom. There'll be a few bathrooms on each floor, which multiple trekkers use.
On taking standard rooms, you'll get twin sharing rooms at an affordable price. However, in some places, these shared bathrooms often get dirty as a handful of trekkers use them. But at most locations, you'll find decent shared bathrooms with commodes.
Twin-sharing rooms with attached bathrooms give utmost comfort and access to the toilet during nighttime. Especially during colder nights of October, November, and March, it becomes difficult to get out of bed and visit shared bathrooms.
The best available tea houses and hotels offer twin-sharing rooms with attached bathrooms. At most, they even provide a hot shower with the attached bathroom.
The cleanliness of attached bathrooms is also the reason why most trekkers pay expensive room costs. Also, with a complimentary hot shower, you can wash your body and relax for comfortable accommodation.
You'll get these rooms at a few hotels at Luka, Namche, and Dingboche.
Deluxe rooms are the most expensive and come with spacious rooms, king-size beds, attached bathrooms, hot shower, and heated blanket. The base price for these rooms is USD 50. There are a few hotels in Lukla that offer deluxe rooms with a cost of up to USD 200 per night. Do note that these rooms are exclusive of package cost, and you must pay if you want to stay at such.
Standard rooms do provide attached bathrooms with or without heated blankets. However, these rooms are also spacious and have a veranda and king-sized bed. You'll also have access to attached bathrooms, a hot shower, and electricity charging ports.
You can book these rooms yourself or inform us before starting the trek, as these rooms get filled quickly.
Another best part of trekking in the Everest region is that you'll never miss your favorite pie or burger with fries. Every tea house serves the best
For your 12 days on Everest Base Camp Trek, you'll have the following meal options.
The regular breakfast during the Everest Base Camp Trek includes two eggs of any style, bread or wheat flatbread with jam and butter. Moreover, other items like fried potatoes with the option of beans, accompanied by hot chocolate/tea/coffee, come together. Other breakfast meals include cornflakes with yak milk, Tibetan bread, Toast, Muesli, Porridge, Pancakes, Chapati with curry, Cheese omelet, mushroom, tomato, vegetables, and fruits.
Lunch and dinner menus may contain similar meals, but you can choose different meals for each session. Pizzas, Sandwiches, Burger, Spaghetti and Noodles, Potatoes, Dumplings, Fried Rice, Spring Rolls, Curries with Rice, Nepali and Sherpa delicacies, Steaks, etc are major lunch and dinner options. However, you can either opt for individual meals or go for unique combos with different meal inclusions.
We recommend you eat Dal Bhat, a traditional Nepali staple with carbohydrates and protein, once daily. It encompasses boiled rice, cooked vegetables, lentil soup, and pickles. With this meal, you'll get a proper diet that replenishes your body fluid for the following day's hike.
Beverages on Everest Base Camp Trek are expensive. For instance, Coca-Cola, Fanta, and Sprite cost more than USD 5. Likewise, beer and alcoholic drinks cost a minimum of USD 10.
Coffee items like Espresso, Doppio, Americano, Cappuccino, and Mocha cost over USD 6 at most places.
Once you purchase a full-board Everest Base Camp Trek package from us, you'll get one drink item (hot), like tea or coffee, during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. However, you must pay for any additional drinks during the trek.
If you don't want to drink the ordinary water at the tea house, you'll have the option of drinking mineral water. However, you must pay for the mineral water as well.
Hot Drinking water costs over Rs. 100 a cup. Moreover, one thermos of hot water costs Rs. 500. For hot drinking water, you must purchase it on your own. The package doesn't include hot drinking water.
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